Mr Jing He > AnJie Law Firm > Beijing, China > Lawyer Profile

AnJie Law Firm
BEIJING 100600


Mr He, a specialised legal practitioner with 14 years of experience in China IP and policy sectors, offers effective and innovative solutions to challenges facing his clients in China and overseas. He has represented multinational clients in complex China enforcement and regulatory matters. A number of his cases were listed as top IP cases by Chinese judiciary authorities. He has rich experience in anti-counterfeiting and anti-piracy sectors by advising major brands in sports and fashion industry. In recent years, major industrial associations including US Chamber of Commerce, the Software Alliance and PhRMA, often consult with Mr He for China IP enforcement and policy matters. Mr He also has rich experience in handling IP related antitrust matters, including dealing with high profile standard essential patent licensing investigations. Mr He is admitted to the State Bar of California. Mr He was recently named as one of Managing IP Stars 2014. He regularly publishes for legal communities and speaks at major legal conferences.


Trained California; qualified 2000; associate, Fenwick & West 2000-02; special counsel, Baker & McKenzie 2002-10; senior consultant (partner-level), ZY Partners Law Firm 2011-12; senior consultant (partner-level), AnJie Law Firm 2013 to date. Publications of Note: co-author: ‘How Chinese courts are ratcheting up damages awards’, World Trademark Review, June/July 2014; author, ‘IP Report shows change of attitude of Supreme Court Decisions’, China Law and Practice, July 2013; co-author, ‘China Year in Review in 2012’, International Lawyer, April 2013; author, ‘Proposed Amendment to China Trademark Law Complicates Squatting Issues’, Bloomberg BNA World IP Report, February 2013; author, ‘Latest Draft of Revised Trademark Law Released for Public Comment’, World Trademark Review Daily, January 2013; author, ‘Challenges for patent monetization in China’, China Intellectual Property Magazine, December 2012; author, ‘China Standards’ section, Corporate Counsel’s Guide to Doing Business in China, Thomson Reuters/Westlaw, December 2012; author, ‘How Will Amendments to the Civil Procedure Law Change IP Litigation in China?’, Bloomberg BNA World IP Report, December 2012; author, ‘Employment Invention Regulations – A New Challenge to Face in China’, Bloomberg BNA World IP Report, December 2012; author, ‘China Question – Trade secrets’, China Law and Practice, November 2012; author, ‘Supreme Court sets the tone for IP cases’, World Trademark Review Daily, May 2012; co-author, ‘The Role of IPRs in China’s Antitrust Merger Review’, International Antitrust Bulletin, March 2012; co-author, ‘Timing is everything’, Managing IP, September 2011.


Chinese, English.


Renmin University School of Intellectual Property (fellow); the MOFCOM Overseas IP Enforcement Assistance Center (expert member); Legal committee of the FISU International University Sports Federation; American Bar Association (member of Steering Group of the International Antitrust committee).


Peking University, School of Physics (BS); Peking University, School of Intellectual Property (LLB); University of Notre Dame (JD).

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China > Intellectual property: PRC firms

AnJie Law Firm recently expanded its offering by hiring Jerry Xia from Honeywell (where he was Chief IP Counsel) and Lan Li from Baker McKenzie FenXun. Led by Jing HeQinghui LiuWu Li and Kefeng Zhao from Beijing, the team has recently secured several high-profile victories in infringement, validity and unfair competition disputes, and has started advising multinational and domestic clients on sensitive trade secret cases. On the advisory side, the firm continues to assist clients such as Beijing Universal Studio theme park with their licensing and exploitation strategies.